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  1. In the News: The Latest on ITVS Programs

    September 1, 2010

     Following Workers’ Trails of Tears in China "Lixin is not from the foreign-influenced cultural centers,” said Daniel Cross, president of EyesteelFilm company in Montreal, which produced Up the Yangtze and co-produced Last Train Home with the ITVS … Read more >>>Camp Victory Afghanistan Filmmaker Carol Dysinger talks about her new

  2. Independent Producers Get Hooked Up Digitally

    July 7, 2010

    Producers and filmmakers convened in Boston last month for the annual CPB/PBS Producers Workshop. The program, started 10 years ago by veteran WGBH producer Judith Vecchione, has trained more than 190 producers from some 40 states, and ITVS has participated in every class since the beginning. ITVS' Senior Programming Manager, Richard Saiz, spent an

  3. Apply Now! CPB/PBS Diversity and Innovation Fund Seeks New Primetime TV Series

    July 2, 2010

    The Diversity and Innovation fund is on the hunt to provide Public Television with a new, weekly, primetime series and wants to hear from you. In particular, the DI fund is looking for content that will appeal to adult audiences and reflects the diversity of the 40-64 year old U.S. population. PBS will begin accepting proposals on July 26th, with a final

  4. Pelosi, Other Luminaries Gather to Celebrate Bhutto

    June 30, 2010

    Dennis Palmieri is director of communications for ITVS, and led the team that produced the Washington D.C. premiere of Bhutto at the headquarters of the National Geographic Society on June 29th. He reports from the event: Last night, ITVS hosted the Washington D.C. premiere of the landmark new documentary Bhutto, about the life, career, and tragic

  5. Live Streaming Panel Discussion Focuses on the Role of Public Media

    March 24, 2010

    What is the role of public media in local, national, and international reporting? On Thursday, March 25, from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) is hosting a live streaming press event at Washington, DC's Newseum with NPR and PBS entitled "Public Media and Local Journalism: Meeting Community Information Needs."